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Sailagram: A Snapshot of July Sailing

By Nicki Bennett | August 3, 2022 |

Getting people to go sailing is why we do what we do, and we want to share all the photos submitted for our July Sailagram feed.

Magazine Features: January 2023

Season Champs Part II

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For January's Part II of this three-part series, we launch with the YRA's 2023 season winners, and then pick up where we left off, visiting with local one-design fleets.

Sailing to 60º North

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In the summer of 2022, we set sail on our voyage of more than 5,000 nautical miles across the North Pacific on our Hallberg-Rassy 38 named Rägeboge. Our journey took us to Hawaii, Kodiak, the Gulf of Alaska and the Kenai Peninsula.

Moore 24 Memories

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In the early 1970s, Moore Sailboats was busy building 5O5s for the run-up to the 1971 Santa Cruz Worlds. There was no paved dry storage at Santa Cruz Yacht Club, and the weight limit on the club hoist was 2,000 pounds. 

Singlehanded Puddle Jump

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In June and July last year, 69-year-old Ben Lindner became the latest singlehander to sail the Pacific Puddle Jump, aboard one of its smallest boats, his Oregon-based Pacific Seacraft 27 Orion, Dawn.

Max Ebb: A Hard Day’s Off-Watch

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I was almost asleep in the starboard pilot berth when I felt the boat tack, putting me on the high side of the cabin. This was not good. I had been comfortably wedged between the outboard edge of the berth and the side of the hull, but now I rolled over to port as the sails filled on the new tack and the boat heeled over to port.

Racing Sheet

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Yacht racing slowed down a bit in late November and in December. No shocker there. But here we visit the scenic and silly Half Pint-o-Rum Regatta, midwinter series at Golden Gate YC, Sausalito YC and Berkeley YC, RegattaPRO Winter One Design, and Alamitos Bay YC's Turkey Day Regatta.
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